The four-team Loyola College Invitational lacrosse tournament in Baltimore starts today and ends Sunday.
Maryland (3-0) plays Bucknell (1-0) at 1 p.m., followed by Loyola (2-1) versus New Hampshire (1-3) at 3.
The consolation game will be played Sunday at 1, with the championship game at 3.
Maryland, with victories over North Carolina State, William & Mary and Duke under first-year Coach Dino Mattessich, is led by attackmen Ron Martinello (eight goals, tow assists) and Pete Wortsell (seven goals, four assists).
Bucknell beat Franklin & Marshall, 7-5, last week as John Morris and Rodney Brown each scored twice.
Loyola lost to Penn in overtime, 10-9, and beat Towson State and Gettysburg. New Hampshire's lone victory was a 24-5 season-opening triumph over Morgan State.
In regular-season games today, Johns Hopkins (3-0) hosts Princeton (4-0) at 2 p.m. Hopkins, after its fourth straight NCAA title, is led by all-America midfielder Brendan Schnick and attackman Jeff Cook, his team's leading scorer with 17 goals and 10 assists.
Navy plays at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County at 2 and Virginia is at North Carolina State at 2.